These are the steps to root the MyPhone A919i Duo smartphone using the one click MotoChopper method. The MotoChopper rooting tool should have no worries rooting your MyPhone on any firmware that is officially released for this device.
Files You Need
- Download the MotoChopper package for the A919i Duo smartphone from this link.
- Download the universal ADB Driver by Koush for your MyPhone device and the computer.
- You are choosing to void the warranty on your MyPhone when you customize the device and give it root access to that internal system. You will need to unroot the MyPhone smartphone before you can expect to send this handset away for free repairs again.
Rooting the MyPhone A919i Duo
- Download the MotoChopper rooting file from above and shift it over to the desktop of your computer.
- Right-click over the file and choose the “extract here” option from the menu.
- Make sure you have the universal ADB Driver installed on your computer before you connect your smartphone to the computer.
- Turn on the USB Debugging Mode by tapping on the Menu > Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging Mode.
- Connect the MyPhone to the computer with the USB cable.
- Double-click on the executable file you can see from the MotoChopper extracted file.
- Follow the rest of the commands you can see on the computer to finish rooting your device.
- Make sure you unplug the MyPhone from the computer and reboot your device once the rooting is complete.
- You can always open your Google Play Store application on your smartphone and install the basic root checker application. It’s free and it simple to use. Just tap and open the basic root checker app and agree to allow access to the Superuser if it requests that for your device. Now it will tell you if your device has the internal system unchained or not.
Now that you have rooted the MyPhone device, you can head over to the XDA Developers website and check out what custom ROMs or custom kernel are available for the device. Those of you who are not interested in changing the ROM might want to open the Google Play Store and start installing the root-requiring apps like the Greenify application.
Backing up the MyPhone is never a fun task since it always has a lack of apps available before you root the device. Now that you followed the guide above you can install the Titanium Backup application. Titanium is easily the best way to back up for rooted users. Likewise, those of you who go on to install a custom recovery can start taking complete backups using the NANDroid backup feature. Head over to the Google Play Store and download the NANDroid Manager app if you end up installing a custom recovery. The NANDroid manager allows you to only backup certain partitions at a time.